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Many of our local professional football players have yet to play in the finals of the CAF CONFEDERATIONS CUP, but yesterday our national team player Tumisang Teenage Orebonye became the first football player from Botswana to ever win the CAF Confederations Cup.

However, in keeping with the title of this topic, the Palapye-born attacker clinched the title last night (03 June 2023) with USM Alger.

The Zebras forward played full game as his team won 2-0 win over Abidjan-based Ivorian club Asec Mimosa, securing a place in the CAF Confederations Cup final against Young Africans Sports Club of Tanzania.

His Algerian club, USM Alger, played to a 2-2 in aggregates against The Yangas of Tanzania. Despite a 1-0 loss in the second leg of the final, which USM won 2-1 away from home, the team was crowned champions on the away goals rule.

Our warmest congratulations to our CAF Confederations Cup CHAMPION




Kgatleng Region Appreciate Safeguarding Workshop

Our recent safeguarding workshop in the Kgatleng region was a great opportunity to discuss significant steps towards safer and more inclusive football sport.
The association is very committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable people this past weekend, the association had an opportunity to address the coaches and administrators of the Kgatleng region on the importance of prevention through education and awareness programs, Protection by implementing robust policies and procedures, Provision of support services for those affected, and Partnership by collaborating with relevant organizations and agencies to ensure a comprehensive approach to safeguarding.
Their dedication to the welfare of children and people who are exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally was truly commendable.
Let’s keep spreading awareness and making a positive impact in our football and community!

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